English Lab

  • A conscious teaching of English as a skill is the need of the day which is recognised by GJAV. English Lab in GJAV is based on the curriculum catering to all the language learning skills (Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing) and concepts (Grammar, Vocabulary, pronunciation) need to enhance their communication skills. The advantages of technology in language teaching when leveraged for this purpose make the teaching-learning experience more effective.
  • Students not only learn the skills and concepts theoretically but they do practical in English lab with the help of laptop.

Computer Lab

  • In this modern age of rapid technology growth, we see a world which is more connected than ever before. The field of education has seen a fair number of transformations over the years as well. Albeit, these changes have tended to take longer to implement and are certainly not cohesive across the globe.
  • The actual computer lab is a huge advantage for students. The key advantage of having computer lab in our school is the capability to train groups of students (a whole class for instance) in key concepts or applications at the same time. If there is a particular program or application which the teacher wants the students to learn and master, the whole class can be given instruction on it at the same time and work through the technological challenges in a supported group.
  • Students of GJAV not only learn the applications but use them in their regular classroom to improve their studies.

3D Lab

  • 3D printing is a technology that allows users to turn any digital file into a three dimensional physical object. It makes it easy for teachers to seize the interest of their students compared to just showing the pictorial representations of objects.
  • 3D printing provides our students with an insight to think beyond all boundaries of imagination. It enhances hands-on-learning and learning by doing. Using this prototyping technology, students are able to produce realistic 3 dimensional mini models.
  • It provides teachers three dimensional visual aids that they is used in their classroom particularly in illustrating a hard to grasp concept.

Robotics Lab

  • Robotics LAB in our school provides the platform to the students to learn the concepts of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths in an integrated manner. Students create various types of robots using the kits to solve issues faced in day to day life. It helps them to understand the concepts in more practical way and they really enjoy the learning process as it engaging for them.

Math Lab

  • As maths becomes one of the most important subject in school, it is also one the subjects where students face a lot of problem while understanding the concept.
  • Understanding the problem and need, we introduced the best practical and scientific way to teach maths to our students by introducing MAths LAB.
  • Students from KG to class 10th learn the concepts of mathematics in practical way rather than only theoretical way.

Vedic Maths Lab

  • Vedas has taught us various formulas to improve mathematical calculations in faster and accurate way.
  • Understanding the importance and gain the knowledge from vedic formulas, we have introduced the Vedic Maths LAB in our school where students of all age group learn the methods of calculations.

Science Lab

  • Science is best learned and understood when it is learned by experience. Science LAB is based on the concept on HANDS ON EXPERIENCE where students of GJAV Learn the scientific concepts, Apply it and in real life situations by Analysing it and Build the solution.
  • The science LAB gives exposure to all age group students to learn and do experiments in various field of science.

Physics Lab

The Physics laboratory of Gyan Jyoti Awasiya Vidyalaya have the following purposes and goals :

  • To provide an experimental foundation for the theoretical concepts introduced in the lectures. It is important that students have an opportunity to verify some of the ideas for themselves.
  • To familiarize students with experimental apparatus, the scientific method, and methods of data analysis so that they will have some idea of the inductive process by which the ideas were originated. To teach how to make careful experimental observations and how to think about and draw conclusions from such data.
  • To introduce the methods used for estimating and dealing with experimental uncertainties, including simple ideas in probability theory and the distinctions between random (statistical) and systematic "errors." This is essential in understanding what valid conclusions can be deduced from experimental data and that, properly obtained, these conclusions are valid, notwithstanding the uncertainty of the data.
  • To learn how to write a technical report which communicates scientific information in a clear and concise manner.
  • To introduce new concepts and techniques which have a wide application in experimental science, but have not been introduced in the standard courses. These may require that the student consult additional textbooks.
  • The laboratory is not a contest whose object is to get the "right answer." The purpose is to learn how to gain knowledge by looking at reality, not an attempt to make reality conform to preconceptions. The important thing is to learn how to be observant, to really see what happens, and to deal with this information with the strictest integrity. And to understand, or learn to understand, the meaning of what happens.
  • Practical ability to do experiments and analyze data is usually acquired through practice and experience. Practice is very important in learning any new discipline; such as, for example, a new language. A good lecture may be very helpful but not fully useful without actual practice. In experimental science, practice involves solving many problems (i.e. homework) and performing a variety of experiments (i.e. labs). Practice is essential to being able to make the connection between theory and experience.

Chemistry Lab

The Chemistry laboratory of Gyan Jyoti Awasiya Vidyalaya have the following purposes and goals :

  • To provide an experimental foundation for the theoretical concepts introduced in the lectures. It is important that students have an opportunity to verify some of the ideas for themselves.
  • To familiarize students with experimental apparatus, the scientific method, and methods of data analysis so that they will have some idea of the inductive process by which the ideas were originated. To teach how to make careful experimental observations and how to think about and draw conclusions from such data.
  • To introduce the methods used for estimating and dealing with experimental uncertainties, including simple ideas in probability theory and the distinctions between random (statistical) and systematic "errors." This is essential in understanding what valid conclusions can be deduced from experimental data and that, properly obtained, these conclusions are valid, notwithstanding the uncertainty of the data.
  • To learn how to write a technical report which communicates scientific information in a clear and concise manner.
  • To introduce new concepts and techniques which have a wide application in experimental science, but have not been introduced in the standard courses. These may require that the student consult additional textbooks.
  • The laboratory is not a contest whose object is to get the "right answer." The purpose is to learn how to gain knowledge by looking at reality, not an attempt to make reality conform to preconceptions. The important thing is to learn how to be observant, to really see what happens, and to deal with this information with the strictest integrity. And to understand, or learn to understand, the meaning of what happens.
  • Practical ability to do experiments and analyze data is usually acquired through practice and experience. Practice is very important in learning any new discipline; such as, for example, a new language. A good lecture may be very helpful but not fully useful without actual practice. In experimental science, practice involves solving many problems (i.e. homework) and performing a variety of experiments (i.e. labs). Practice is essential to being able to make the connection between theory and experience.

Biology Lab

The Biology laboratory of Gyan Jyoti Awasiya Vidyalaya have the following purposes and goals :

  • To provide an experimental foundation for the theoretical concepts introduced in the lectures. It is important that students have an opportunity to verify some of the ideas for themselves.
  • To familiarize students with experimental apparatus, the scientific method, and methods of data analysis so that they will have some idea of the inductive process by which the ideas were originated. To teach how to make careful experimental observations and how to think about and draw conclusions from such data.
  • To introduce the methods used for estimating and dealing with experimental uncertainties, including simple ideas in probability theory and the distinctions between random (statistical) and systematic "errors." This is essential in understanding what valid conclusions can be deduced from experimental data and that, properly obtained, these conclusions are valid, notwithstanding the uncertainty of the data.
  • To learn how to write a technical report which communicates scientific information in a clear and concise manner.
  • To introduce new concepts and techniques which have a wide application in experimental science, but have not been introduced in the standard courses. These may require that the student consult additional textbooks.
  • The laboratory is not a contest whose object is to get the "right answer." The purpose is to learn how to gain knowledge by looking at reality, not an attempt to make reality conform to preconceptions. The important thing is to learn how to be observant, to really see what happens, and to deal with this information with the strictest integrity. And to understand, or learn to understand, the meaning of what happens.
  • Practical ability to do experiments and analyze data is usually acquired through practice and experience. Practice is very important in learning any new discipline; such as, for example, a new language. A good lecture may be very helpful but not fully useful without actual practice. In experimental science, practice involves solving many problems (i.e. homework) and performing a variety of experiments (i.e. labs). Practice is essential to being able to make the connection between theory and experience.
  • Abacus Lab

    • Abacus is a device used for the purpose of calculation. It is a simple device with a frame and a rod horizontally attached to the frame and beads placed on the parallel rods. The horizontal rod divides the frame into two parts. This device can be used for the arithmetical calculations and is time saving.
    • Our students learn the fundamental and basics of calculations in Abacus LAB